Rockville: Sam’s Cafe & Market/Hookah to Close at the End of March After Nearly 25 Years in MoCo

Sam’s Cafe & Market, also known as Sam’s Hookah, will close permanently at the end of March. The cafe/market/hookah bar has been open in Rockville at 844 Rockville Pike for over a decade and at a previous location across Rockville Pike before that for a combined 24 years.

A representative from the store told us that the closure is due to the owners retiring. They also. let us know of big sales on all products until they close at the end of the month, for anyone interested in discounted products from the store.

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Sam’s Cafe & Market first opened up its doors in 1998, since then we have been committed to serving our customers with professional service, excellence and low prices. Our mission at Sam’s Cafe is to produce a diverse, ethnical market which is structured to serve our customers with a combination of Persian, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisines. We have established a common ground of both traditional Persian cooking and modern-creative cooking. We provide our customers with away-from-home daily meats, prepared with the finest ingredients in our recipes. Everything in our kitchen is made from scratch with highest quality and value. Our menu has mouth-watering and scrumptious cuisines; we also provide outstanding personal services at the lowest possible prices.

Your experience at Sam’s Cafe does not need to end with just a meal, we provide our customers with the largest selection of Tobacco with over 200 flavours to choose from, numerous varieties of hookahs, up to 84 different flavours of Gelato (ice cream) and a massive assortment of goods in our international market which we are proud to serve you. All of our products and services shall be delivered without fail to satisfy one customer at a time. We pledge to make Sam’s Cafe & Market the best place to shop and dine.

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